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Chris Aldrich
Biomedical Engineer: information theory, complexity, math, microbiology, food; Entertainment industry: manager, producer, publisher
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Chris Aldrich 5h
on your Social links page, it looks like you've listed your mastodon account twice and your Huffduffer account has a wonky URL.
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Chris Aldrich 21h
Replying to @realkimhansen
I just started Season 1 for the umpteenth time...
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Chris Aldrich 21h
Replying to @benwerd
I love the sound of this! It would be even cooler if it were baked into the version of Microsub that I hear is brewing:
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Chris Aldrich 22h
Replying to @kingkool68
That might buy you some street cred, but it's a much higher bar than the "traditional" definition(s). ;) Of course, if you want to go all-in, then you'll want audio too:
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Chris Aldrich 22h
Since you can log into the wiki, you're welcome to add yourself as an example to the page which may also have some resources you'll appreciate. Good to "see" you at camp this weekend!
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Chris Aldrich 22h
Replying to @mrkrndvs
Ultimately you could have more text than the original, so there's really no limit to the text beyond what your system will allow. I've not tried annotating .pdfs, but I suspect you could do it similarly to how I've done books via Kindle which…
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Chris Aldrich Jan 21
I found a solid example of highlighting and annotation using my own website in conjunction with and on a great piece. It's closer to some of the UI I'd like to have, though the CSS still needs work.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 21
👓 Do I Own My Domain If You Grade It? by Andrew Rikard you'll appreciate this article, and though it lives on my domain, the "bookmark" should forward to the original when clicked.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 20
Replying to @mrkrndvs
This link may also be somewhat relevant to some of your recent questions if you haven't come across it: Read posts are somewhat like bookmarks, just for things that I've read. I suspect you could use this for Radio3/Diigo as well.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 20
. is burning up the world explaining some incredibly deep and complex mathematics in relatively simple terms. If you’re into and not following her work already, get with the program. She’s awesome!
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Chris Aldrich Jan 20
My thoughts on your bookmarking question on my AMA page:
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Chris Aldrich Jan 20
Replying to @mrkrndvs
I do use PressForward for a fair amount of marginalia and highlighting, but it typically tends to be for more academic research work which I hide as private posts on the back end of my site and which aren’t visible to the public. [...]
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Chris Aldrich Jan 20
Replying to @mrkrndvs
Incidentally I notice you've got some kind of CSS display problem just above your author block. Perhaps an errant grammar plugin causing problems? Sylewriting check, overused words check, etc...
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Chris Aldrich Jan 20
Replying to @ChrisAldrich
sessions now happening on * Identity and the IndieWeb : * Building Blocks (draw it/diagram it) :
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Chris Aldrich Jan 20
Replying to @ChrisAldrich
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Chris Aldrich Jan 20
Today's afternoon sessions for IndieWebCamp Baltimore are posted! Links for video feeds coming Sessions include
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Chris Aldrich Jan 19
Replying to @sehurlburt
Not specifically femme, but I've noticed something informal like this at Starbucks 2 blocks W. of CalTech. Related: "adults" looking for adv. math in LA are welcome to join Dr. Miller's at UCLA Extension. We're working on Algebraic Geometry this quarter:
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Our country needs leadership now. There is total dysfunction in Washington.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 19
🎧 This Week in Tech #649: Aging in Place
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Chris Aldrich Jan 19
🔖 [1801.06022] Reconstruction Codes for DNA Sequences with Uniform Tandem-Duplication Errors | arXiv
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